Television, film, and stage actor, Jeffrey Wright, first began his career appearing off-Broadway in New York City and Washington, DC. His first major film appearance was an attorney in the film, Presumed Innocent, which starred Harrison Ford. In 1996, Wright played the painter Jean-Michel Basquiat in the film, Basquiat, and received critical acclaim. Throughout the 1990s and early 2000s, Wright took on leading and supporting roles in films such as Celebrity, Ride with the Devil, Shaft, and Boycott, earning him an AFI Award for his performance as Martin Luther King, Jr. In 2013, Wright portrayed Beetee in The Hunger Games film series where he is prominently shown in The LEMTOSH, and today, Wright currently stars as Bernard Lowe in the HBO series, Westworld.